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Phan Thiet to propose new pedest

Phan Thiet to propose new pedestrian bridge in Ham Tien – Mui Ne tourist area

Perspective of Sentosa Villa’s pedestrian bridge.

BTOThe authorities of Binh Thuan tourism have recently put concerns over the investment of a pedestrian bridge connecting Sentosa villa with the sea (known as the overpass crossing Huynh Thuc Khang – Phan Thiet city).

The construction, which has an approximate length of 77 meters and width of 3 meters, is invested by Sai Gon Investment Limited Company. It is beautifully designed in the form of a two-span cable-stable bridge.

It is known that, almost all of the functional and relevant  departments of Binh Thuan and the People’s Committee of Phan Thiet city have agreed with the project of building the bridge. The propose will be submitted to the provincial People’s Committee for approval. Once the bridge is built, it will be the second of its kind in Ham Tien- Mui Ne (the first is the flyover of the Sealinks City), contributing to ensuring road safety to the major tourist destination of Ham Tien – Mui Ne.

My Thien (Source: Binh Thuan Newspaper) 

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